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Tag Archives: ham
Looking for a delicious, creamy and hearty soup for dinner by the fire? How about this made from scratch (but super easy) Split Pea soup? Homemade and served with cheesy garlic croutons.
Here’s a soup inspired by Southern Comfort food – just throw it in the crock pot and when you get home – It’s Dinner! You can use some of that left over ham we made yesterday!
Looking for a ham glaze that’s a little different than the standard honey mustard? Here’s a great one! It’s made with pomegranate molasses – a tart syrup made with pomegranate juice, lemon juice and sugar. It’s a staple in … Continue reading
The turkey is all put away – the dishes are done – and it’s the day after Thanksgiving. I don’t do black Friday sales. It’s way too crazy! So I like to have a leisurely breakfast and relish the warmth … Continue reading
I love sandwiches. Its great to have a simple dinner on a busy day and sandwiches fit the bill. In 1762, John Montagu (the 4th Earl of Sandwich) created this hand held delight when he placed his meat between two slices … Continue reading
After Easter, if you had ham like we did, you have that big ol’ bone full of meat you can’t get off very easily. We froze ours – and this is what we made with it. The chiles give it … Continue reading
Did you know that March 25 is Waffle Day? It all started in Sweden as Våffeldagen. It historically marks the beginning of Spring and is celebrated by eating a lot of waffles! So in honor of waffle day – here are … Continue reading
Ham is an Easter tradition in our house – brunch, lunch, dinner…. Ham. I love smokey flavors, so after some experimentation, I came up with this sweet and smokey glaze, Moist, smokey and full of flavor.
Waffles are traditionally a sweet treat, even when it’s done as chicken and waffles. But I wanted something that was savory and different – So here it is. A potato based, savory waffle. You could even have it for dinner … Continue reading
Easter Brunch – delicious food with family. The menu? Bacon and egg cups, ham wrapped asparagus with mock hollandaise sauce, bunny biscuits and carrot crescents, completed with fresh strawberries and cream!